Read about the Alamo's month of Septemburton programming here. Each year we host a bumper contest where we invite writers, actors and filmmakers all over the world to collaborate on the most outrageous and entertaining undersecond video imaginable. We use as many entries as we can and wind up playing dozens of bumpers that range from the demented to the hilarious to the… well, strange. So, give us a thirty second take on a film, television show, music video, commercial — moving pictures here, guys — and Burtonize it!
But now it seems that James Franco is up for the part - and all I want Perhaps this film is about a young version of that character and his first venture to Oz, where he came to power, but I just don't know. There is potential in starting with a prequel, and I have faith in Raimi, I'm just curious if they're launching this with the notion of joining up with the original Baum stories.
It is a ready made franchise, if - and only if, the public somehow catches the Oz fever. There's just something almost impenetrable about it. Everybody knows the original Now, I love RETURN TO OZ with a passion, but as great and wonderful and perfect as that film is, it did not catch on with a larger audience, although - it has a great cult following that has given it a life on Cable that it certainly didn't enjoy in theaters.
I'm hoping that Raimi goes for the illustrative look of the original books, and his quirky humor and manic energy, if applied correctly could truly be a wonder. But what's your take on the notion of a prequel OZ film with Franco as the young "wizard"?Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.
It tells of a girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.
It tells of a girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures.
Make sure the Burtonization is clear and upfront and doesn’t require explanation; Twitter Tweets by @fantasticfest Hey by Garrett House. Alex or Alice (In Wonderland) by Sammy Lucario. Alien Juice by Matt Reyna.
Art By Daniel Mercer by Daniel Mercer. BarberChop by Jara Wallace, Bridget Tim Burton's Elf on the Shelf by Mark Blitch.
A Geek who blogs to satisfy all types of geekiness: from toys to video games, from music to news, from bodybuilding to random funny stuff. From East to West, from coast to coast! Burton retained absolute dominance in pale ale brewing  until a chemist, C.
W. Vincent, discovered the process of Burtonization to reproduce the chemical composition of the water from Burton-upon-Trent, thus giving any brewery the capability to brew pale ale.
This year’s theme is BURTONIZE THIS, inspired by our peculiar guest of honor, Tim Burton. From Pee-Wee to Beetlejuice to Nightmare Before Christmas to Mars Attacks to Alice in Wonderland, Burton’s work is like no other.